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  • So as David stood there among his brothers, Samuel took the olive oil he had brought and poured it on David's head. And the Spirit of the LORD came mightily upon him from that day on. Then Samuel returned to Ramah. - 1 Samuel 16:13

  • So David got away and went to Ramah to see Samuel, and he told him all that Saul had done to him. Then Samuel took David with him to live at Naioth. - 1 Samuel 19:18

  • he sent troops to capture him. But when they arrived and saw Samuel and the other prophets prophesying, the Spirit of God came upon Saul's men, and they also began to prophesy. - 1 Samuel 19:20

  • Finally, Saul himself went to Ramah and arrived at the great well in Secu. "Where are Samuel and David?" he demanded. "They are at Naioth in Ramah," someone told him. - 1 Samuel 19:22

  • He tore off his clothes and lay on the ground all day and all night, prophesying in the presence of Samuel. The people who were watching exclaimed, "What? Is Saul a prophet, too?" - 1 Samuel 19:24

  • Now Samuel died, and all Israel gathered for his funeral. They buried him near his home at Ramah. Then David moved down to the wilderness of Maon.*1 - 1 Samuel 25:1

  • Meanwhile, Samuel had died, and all Israel had mourned for him. He was buried in Ramah, his hometown. And Saul had banned all mediums and psychics from the land of Israel. - 1 Samuel 28:3

  • Finally, the woman said, "Well, whose spirit do you want me to call up?" "Call up Samuel," Saul replied. - 1 Samuel 28:11

  • When the woman saw Samuel, she screamed, "You've deceived me! You are Saul!" - 1 Samuel 28:12

  • "What does he look like?" Saul asked. "He is an old man wrapped in a robe," she replied. Saul realized that it was Samuel, and he fell to the ground before him. - 1 Samuel 28:14

  • "Why have you disturbed me by calling me back?" Samuel asked. "Because I am in deep trouble," Saul replied. "The Philistines are at war with us, and God has left me and won't reply by prophets or dreams. So I have called for you to tell me what to do." - 1 Samuel 28:15

  • But Samuel replied, "Why ask me if the LORD has left you and has become your enemy? - 1 Samuel 28:16

  • Saul fell full length on the ground, paralyzed with fright because of Samuel's words. He was also faint with hunger, for he had eaten nothing all day and all night. - 1 Samuel 28:20

  • Eliab, Jeroham, Elkanah, and Samuel.*3 - 1 Chronicles 6:27

  • The sons of Samuel were Joel* (the older) and Abijah (the second).4 - 1 Chronicles 6:28

  • These are the men who served, along with their sons: Heman the musician was from the clan of Kohath. His genealogy was traced back through Joel, Samuel, - 1 Chronicles 6:33

  • In all, there were 212 gatekeepers in those days, and they were listed by genealogies in their villages. David and Samuel the seer had appointed their ancestors because they were reliable men. - 1 Chronicles 9:22
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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